Author's Note: Sorry this took so long to get out! With school starting back up again, and losing over half of my work on another story I was working on, Thalia (my muse) took a little vacation to sort out her emotions. But I'm back, and I have the next 6 chapters outlined. also if you want to learn any random musings that I have about this 'verse, I'll be posting them here: http : / aalikane . tumblr . com/ UnBiologicalSiblingsMetaPost Remove the spaces, of course.

Disclaimer: If you recognize it, I don't own it.

"Kurt, my dads' have known about us for a week now. When are you going to tell your parents about us?" Blaine asked, as the two of them sat in Blaine's station wagon on an uninhabited side street, not far from Kurt's home.

Blaine had subtly picked Kurt up from school that day. There had been no Glee Club that afternoon, and he left 45 minutes earlier than most everyone else in the school, as he had a free period every Friday afternoon. Something he was always thankful for, today in particular. Blaine had pulled into the McKinley parking lot, behind many of the cars so that anyone looking out windows wouldn't be able to see him, or the fact that Kurt was jumping into his car right after the 7th period bell rang. Kurt had gotten a text from Blaine at lunch, saying he'd pick him up. Kurt gave the keys to his precious baby to Finn, under the provision that if there were any scratches on it when Kurt returned home, Finn would be drawn and quartered. Finn didn't quite understand what that meant, saying something about "Why would you draw a picture of me and then rip it up?"

"I've told you Blaine, I'm just nervous about telling my dad. You're my first boyfriend, and he just had a heart attack last month. I don't want to stress his heart any more than it already is." Kurt said, looking into his boyfriend's eyes across the console between them.

"So you're saying that I'm the reason he's gonna have another heart attack?" Blaine asked the hurt creeping into his voice.

"No, just the idea of me having a boyfriend at all is enough to stress his heart. Now that I think about it, the fact that it is you, might make it a bit less stressful for him." Blaine grinned.

"So? What's the problem?" Kurt shrugged.

"There is no problem. I'll tell him, I will. I'm just a little nervous. I've never had to tell my father something like this before."

"He'll be happy for you, he's always wanted you to be happy, right?" Kurt nodded.

"Yea…he has. I promise, I'll tell him." Kurt said, leaning over the console to kiss his boyfriend.


"This weekend." Kurt tried to compromise, but Blaine wouldn't have it.

"Tonight?" He asked again, and Kurt sighed.

"Fine, tonight."

Later that night, after Blaine had dropped Kurt off at his house for Friday Night Family Dinner, Kurt wasn't sure how to tell his father that he was dating. Did he just come out and say it, or did he beat around the bush, and try and make his dad guess? Should he just leave clues all throughout dinner, and let Finn beat him to the punch? 'No.' Kurt shook his head. That last one was out. He definitely didn't want Finn blabbing to his father that he had a boyfriend. That was definitely his job. No one else's.

When they were all sitting down to eat, Kurt listened intently to Carole as she talked about some of the crazier antics that happened at the hospital that day, while carefully studying his father. How would his father react? Would he get upset? Would he be happy that Kurt found someone to be with? Would he attempt to threaten Blaine with his non-existent shot gun the next time they saw each other? Kurt didn't know, but he was going to find out one way or another tonight.

While Kurt had been studying and thinking about his father's reactions, Carole had turned her attention to Finn. "How's Rachel doing, dear?"

"Yes, how is Rachel doing? And her brother, Blaine is his name, right?" Burt asked, looking directly at Kurt as he said it.

"They're both fine, why do you ask?"

"No reason, just curious. Hiram Berry came into the shop the other day he mentioned something interesting about both his children." He said simply, while taking a drink of water.

"What'd he say?" Kurt asked, unsure if he really wanted to know.

"Well first he came in for an oil change, and then once it was finished and he went to pay, he joked and said something about "Now that our sons are dating, don't I get the friends and family discount?" Kurt's eyes widened, his face paled. He was doomed. "I was sure I misheard him, because only Finn and Rachel are dating, right?" He asked, looking directly at Kurt as he did so.

Kurt squirmed in his seat a bit, trying to find a way to answer his father's question without coming off as if he'd been hiding it from him. "Well…"

"You're dating, Blaine?" Carole squealed. "That's wonderful!" She said, jumping up from her seat and hugging Kurt around his neck from where she stood in back of him.

"I'm waiting, Kurt." Burt asked Kurt again, this time with an amused expression painted on his face, which calmed Kurt down quite a bit.

"Yes, Blaine and I are dating." He admitted with a cheeky grin, which made Carole squeal once again and Burt smile, which quickly turned into a frown.

"How come I had to find out from Hiram Berry that my son had nabbed himself a boyfriend, instead of finding out from my son?" Kurt shrugged.

"Cause Hiram Berry can't keep his mouth shut? Just like his daughter?" Burt gave Kurt a disapproving look. "Blaine only told his dads' last Friday. I only found out that they knew on Wednesday. I was going to tell you tonight." Burt looked skeptically at his son. "I'm serious! I can call Blaine up and he can confirm that I promised him I'd tell you tonight!"

Burt smiled and shook his head. "I believe you, son. I just wish you had told me sooner. How long have you two been dating?" Kurt fidgeted in his seat for a while.

"Since August?" Kurt said meekly, and began to look anywhere, but at what he was sure was the disappointed face of his father.

"Why did you wait so long?" Kurt bit his lip, he could hear the disappointment tingeing his father's voice.

"Neither of us wanted Rachel to get involved. She already thinks she has the right to interfere in everyone's personal lives now that she had the misfortune of Jesse St. James making an omelet out of her hair last year, we didn't want her to do that to us, especially since he's her little brother."

"Do you honestly think she'd do something so horrible?" Carole asked, sitting back down in her own chair, looking at both her sons, because they knew the girl better than she did. Kurt nodded and Finn reluctantly did as well.

"Rachel is a little over the top when it comes to glee…" Finn trailed off.

"She thinks it is her god given right to intervene in relationships she thinks aren't appropriate to ensure that show choir is #1 in people's lives." Kurt said, and both his parents look disapprovingly at him.

"That's not a very nice thing to say."

"Maybe not, but it's true."

I know some people think that Kurt/Blaine are being a little harsh on Rachel's character, but trust me, there's a reason for it. :)